Even if you don't want to buy anything, it'll be very fun to visit as you get a better idea of the culture as you browse through numerous stands with all kinds of traditional crafts and souvenirs. While the locals also come here to buy souvenirs for their trips abroad, even for them bargaining won't get the price down by a lot. Avoid weekends if you don't like crowds, especially in the summer. I agree with other reviewers that for a more calm shopping experience visit specialized souvenir shops in the center of town.
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